OKINAWA, JAPAN-U.S. Marines stationed at Marine Corps Base Okinawa have new orders, to sew protective face masks. The Marines here from the 3rd Air Delivery Platoon Landing Support Company, whose combat mission
SOUTH WINDSOR, CT- Towns across America, struggling to keep kids from being outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic are finding new ways to keep skateboarders out of their local skate parks. In South
There’s a meme going around the internet today claiming that the coronavirus infections in the United States back in January were overshadowed by the untimely death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, but
NEWARK, NJ-As promised ventilators from the national stockpile have been released by President Donald J. Trump and have arrived in New Jersey, according to Hackensack Meridian Health. The hospital network received 109
HOLLYWOOD-One of the nation’s foremost experts on committing a crime and getting away with it, O.J. Simpson took to Twitter this week to criticize “white people” this week and offer his expert
Holyoke, MA-Holyoke Soldiers’ Home Superintendent Bennett Walsh was put on paid administrative leave after 13 veterans died at the Massachusetts state-run veterans live-in care facility. Twenty-five other residents were tested positive for
Cats, Dogs and coronavirus infected bats are back on the menu in China. WUHAN, CHINA-Reports are coming out of China this week of the wet market industry reopening, despite being recognized for
The U.S. Navy hospital ship USNHS Comfort has arrived in New York City to provide medical and healthcare support for America’s coronavirus ground zero. “We are marshaling the full power of the
Americans know Trump undermined the gravity of the #Coronavirus crisis. While *still* threatening our health care, he failed to take decisive, common-sense action. Now, Americans are learning that Senate Republicans are holding up the
President Donald J. Trump declared that a major disaster exists in the State of New Jersey and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected
JACKSON-Over 30 military installations jockeyed for the mission to host the U.S. Army’s 5h Corps Headquarters at their facility and while Joint Base MDL was not even a finalist, township officials are
The acting ICE director and federal, state and local law enforcement officials hosted a news conference today to address how the Green Light Law in the state of New York impacts public
Clifford Chandler Grader, 42, of Santa Rosa, California, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer Feb. 12, to four years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography.
Alfredo Mendoza-Mendez, 24, a citizen and national of Guatemala was suspected by Hillsborough County Child Protective Services of child endangerment/abuse against a minor.
Jaime Omar Vasquez-Benitez, 40, was arrested by the U.S. Border Patrol Nov. 10, 1997, near Douglas, Arizona. He claimed he was a Mexican citizen and voluntarily returned to Mexico.
On Jan. 13, 2006, Kirk Odain Anthony Golding, 26, was admitted into the United States in New York as a non-immigrant visitor with authorization to remain in the United States until July
Fifteen local and federal law enforcement agencies around the state collaborated on the video, which is centered around a tragic but realistic scenario that plays out on camera as agency representatives explain
Randall Linscheid, of Reno, pleaded guilty Oct. 3, 2019, to one count of possession of child pornography. Chief U.S. District Judge Miranda M. Du presided over the sentencing. In addition to the
On May 24, 2009, Travas Anthony Vassell, 30, was admitted into the United States in New York on a non-immigrant visitor with authorization to remain in the United States until Nov. 23,
Under Oregon’s sanctuary laws, county and law enforcement officials are prohibited from providing ICE with non-public information about criminal aliens necessary for federal law enforcement, including the release dates of those criminal
Issuance of these immigration subpoenas is necessary because the SDSO is forced to comply with California’s sanctuary state laws, and therefore cannot cooperate in honoring immigration detainers or requests for non-public information
The three defendants were arrested last month after being named in a criminal complaint that alleged a conspiracy to commit immigration fraud. Today’s indictment expands the scope of the alleged scheme and
Melvin Antonio Delgado, 35, a citizen of El Salvador, was removed via an ICE Air Operations charter flight without incident. Once in El Salvador, ICE ERO officers transferred custody of Delgado to
ICE uses statutorily-authorized immigration subpoenas to obtain information as part of investigations regarding potential removable aliens. ICE has not historically needed to use its lawful authority to issue these subpoenas to obtain
Johnson Ortiz, 23, and Regina Ramon, 29, previously pleaded guilty on Sept. 4, 2019, to their involvement in harboring illegal aliens for profit, with Ortiz also pleading to a statutory endangerment enhancement.